Friday 24 May 2024
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KUALA LUMPUR (May 21): Following the merger between Technology Park Malaysia and the Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre into a single agency called Malaysian Research Accelerator for Technology (MRANTI), the 686-acre MRANTI Park in Bukit Jalil is slated to become a hub for accelerating innovation and tech commercialisation in the country.

MRANTI chief executive officer Dzuleira Abu Bakar says it enables Malaysian research and development to be more mission-focused — from ideas to impact — and, therefore, drive a greater return. Meanwhile, Technology Park Malaysia chief land officer Khairil Anuar Sadat Salleh notes that the infrastructure and upgrading works will start next quarter.

In the same issue, we featured boutique architecture firm NDC Design, which prioritises the social element of architecture by emphasising spatial and social inclusivity. We also looked into Jalan Tun H S Lee in Kuala Lumpur, one of the earliest addresses in downtown Kuala Lumpur originally known as High Street.

Also in this issue is a special report on the 17th edition of Knight Frank’s The Wealth Report 2023.

Find out more in the May 22 issue of City & Country.

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